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So Many Bunnies: Fab Five for the Weekend

By Jackie Burrell
Wednesday, April 8th, 2009 at 5:43 am in Easter, Family Outings.

Dunsmuir Easter Bunny on the meadow
1. Oakland’s Dunmuir Historic Estate is hosting an old-fashioned egg hunt, complete with Bunny and games this Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. Bring a basket to collect colored eggs in the great meadow, play games, enjoy tap dancing bunnies & puppet shows while you picnic on the grounds. ($2 kids, $5 adults, $12 families) Also in Oakland: The city and Mosswood Park Recreation Center are hosting an Easter Egg Hunt at Mosswood Park this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (Free)

2. Bring your basket to Walnut Creek’s Heather Farm for the annual scrumptious Pancake Breakfast this Saturday from 8 to 9:45 a.m. followed by Egg Hunts at both Heather Farm Park and Larkey Park at 10 a.m. (Breakfast is $5. Pose for pics with the Spring Bunny for $1 – bring a camera and a basket to collect eggs. Need more info? Call 925-943-5849.)

2008 March Moraga Juniors Spring Egg Hunt 29 3. Or join the Easter Bunny and hunt for eggs this Saturday at the Moraga Commons’ “Egg Hill.” This annual event, sponsored by the Moraga Junior Women’s Club and Parks & Rec Dept. often sells out, so get your tickets early. ($5, no tickets sold at the event) Or swing by Lafayette’s Plaza Park, at the corner of Mt. Diablo Blvd. and Moraga Rd., Saturday morning at 10 a.m. for the Lafayette Rotary Club’s Spring Egg Hunt. (Free)

4. Berkeley’s Elmwood Rialto Cinema “Kids Matinee Series” continues this weekend with “Ever After,” starring Drew Barrymore. Tix are $4, proceeds benefit local PTAs.

5. Got a teen? Check out the Grand Slam Finals of Youth Speaks, the national teen poetry slam competition, this Saturday at the San Francisco Opera House ($6-$18)

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